Old 12-09-2016   #321
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Thank you. This was my confusion. How do you tell the difference between the M2 & M3 versions?
When you put an M2 version on the M2 you'll get the 35 mm frame in the viewfinder. When you put the M3 version on an M2 you'll get the 50mm frame in the viewfinder (unless the lens is converted). You can also look at the serial number to see in wich year the lens is produced. All the 35mm M-lenses from 1958 and later are M2 type lenses, except the goggled ones.

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Old 12-17-2016   #322
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Wow! superb!
love this last one
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Yeah Dave, last one's a winner!
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Very nice exposure on your pic's Dave. The pic of the brother's is a lifetime keeper to treasure.
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^^^
Hey guys, I truly appreciate those nice words.

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Hey guys, I truly appreciate those nice words.

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For you... a Special Price! Just $28,000!

Interesting to look at, just for fun...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Leica-L...oAAOSwWTRWyC8t
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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #332
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Thank you. This was my confusion. How do you tell the difference between the M2 & M3 versions?
Also, I've noticed, but not confirmed that the lens lock dimple on the mount of the lens will have a Number 2 in it. Not sure if that's a given though.
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m6, summaron 35 2.8, tri-x, lc-29



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How does the Contax RF mount 3.5/2.8T Biogon compare?
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Wow Guilio, ^^^ that is a great shot! I don't think that I have ever seen Tri-X look that smooth and detailed...

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Giulio is excellent on the Summaron/TriX combination!

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Thank you Erik! For sure my fave combination.

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Wow Guilio, ^^^ that is a great shot! I don't think that I have ever seen Tri-X look that smooth and detailed...

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Love this shot: the two guys, who seem pretty comfortable with your shooting, and the cultural and life habits references - the HP Sauce, biscuit container and biscuits, the crisps wrapper, cross-word puzzle - very documentary.
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